last two points are correct but,i don't agree to first point because Indians living in America are very different from living in India.
@AkshiJanjua This may be true for most overseas Indians, but I did personally meet those parents while here in the U. S., and they were VERY traditional. I guess, such strict conservatives can exist anywhere, though probably in fewer nations outside their original homeland.
Lol you actually have to visit and live in India to understand my point.In short America is a high income country so people have time to work on personality and standards of livingWhereas India is generally considered low income country so people are more concerned about making money and suitable living than style and quality.I have noticed that most Indians who move to US are generally confused to whether continue Indian lifestyle there (which is considered part of culture sometimes) or follow western style of living.
@AkshiJanjua A fair point. But the expectation of not courting until ready to marry still exists certain demographics of India (even in other study-focused cultures & families across Asia, like mine). In my family from the Philippines, our flirting-skills among my siblings are near null, since we focused on our academics to the max. Our American neighbors, on the other hand, are on a whole different world with their game, since they've been doing it since high-school & maybe even middle-school for some.
yes very right but don't you think American guys will generally be more confident with American women coz they know what they like and dislike. That is kind of same for Asian people also that's why they usually date among they ethnicity even after moving to US.My point is Indian women in India don't generally have these kind of expectations from Indian men as foreign women. And dating is kind of non-existent in our middle class society so no men have no experience and are generally awkward. Only in big cities people think of dating and all.I
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@UnknownGagsUserSpecially English not our first language, to know real strength of our flirting skills you wanna take survey in our own mother tongue rather than English...Fyl, I could say we try our best in English, but most of the time the things you (not u - other countries people) who are speaking English while talking, we couldn't able to understand around 50% even... Just say yes no yes...Some grammarian there in my experience... It's over us...Prime reason for the failure language barrier..Second we seek relationship in Friendship as well... That's biggest turn off for Western Women...
Thanks for making us look like fools in front of the entire world. *sigh*
@mk200195 he just shared his opinion , chill. 😆
@mk200195 the native English speaker cannot understand our values in relationship and cultural ethics, it isn't our fault, they are missing something we are more better than western people... They are failed to observe that... we are not lower... Nor disrespect...We are against brozone, friendzone, friends with benefits, easily escape from responsiblity way dating tactics... And more things we can say... Single mother problem, illegitimate child born, same sex culture, sexual diseases... We are far better than them...Our family values far better than western countries... for most of them family is just a word, but for us family is emotion and everything...Like that... We keep counting...Sorry if my opinion personally hurt your feelings... My apologies
Indian culture is highly misogynistic and personal freedom at almost all times is trampled by what society thinks about it. There is rampant caste-discrimination, honor of the family is above individual freedom and happiness, dowry is so openly accepted and hardly protested etc. still majority of the Indians think that it’s the best culture in the world. You believe we are better than the world unfortunately most of the Hindu texts urge people to imbibe respect in their every act. In direct contradiction to it, majority of the population just don't respect anything. Whenever they appear to respect something, it comes out of necessity or force. Anything which is forced ultimately disappears. This is the main reason for most of the social evils. The ability to respect women, elders, commitments, institutions, professions and other communities is in decline. “We are against brozone, friendzone, friends with benefits” So you now speak for the entire nation? And when did ‘we’ as Indians were against normal friendships or even friends with benefits? It sounds like your male ego talking to yourself.“Single mother problem, illegitimate child born, same sex culture, sexual diseases... We are far better than them...”Maybe you need to learn to articulate your thoughts more accurately because I don’t consider being a single mother is a problem or gay rights being an issue in India (thanks to Section 377-IPC). I see you tried to make a comparison with the West, however if you "Google" the numbers are not really in favor of India. So, before throwing up all your facts on here you may want to double check them.Extremely sorry but that’s my opinion on your opinion about India. @UnknownGagsUserSorry, didn't mean to start a war on here but sometimes people need to be educated.🤷♂️
Plus we have to factor in that not all are well educated so that's an obstacle as well
I just question about how bad communication is not saying any bad things though
Of course you didn't and I said "that bad" even i was referring to flirting.I am not offended in any way, it was sweet of you to ask!.. But yeah.. Mostly it is communication barrier, most people here learn English but they never divulge themselves into Arts and literature of English language.. Hence they lack that smoothness in flirting
update: You are a sweetie, you did not offend us since some part of it is true, it was smart of you to notice that
Because everyone i met behave like this.. 😆
second question... 😂😂
😂😂 That's so creepy 😅 I am sorry that you have to deal with such guys
I question their communication skill not asking if he’s bad or good
yes i mean Indian guys with good communication skills already have girlfriends but the ones who don't come to sites like these to try their luck 😂
no hating here...
I doubt every Indian man is like that. And I've noticed most questions asked about Indian men or Indians in general isn't good. I like Indian people. I've had an Indian partner before. She didn't fit any of the stereotypes y'all put on people.
Indian guys are not bad at communicating with the opposite gender. Two of the best guys I've ever known are Indian and they are great communicators.
And I am not Indian, South East Asian let's just say.